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Grand Mosque gets more female guides for Ramadan

By Hayam BukhariOkaz/Saudi Gazette MAKKAH – The Presidency of the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques has intensified the duties of the Grand Mosque’s female guides in preparation for Ramadan. More female guides have been hired in view of the large number of Umrah pilgrims expected to reach around four

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Jeddah airport eyes 80m passenger capacity by 2035

JEDDAH — King Abdulaziz International Airport here is forecast to see a four-fold surge in annual passenger capacity to 80 million by 2035 and has put in place an expansion plan to cater to the increased demand, a top executive at the airport said. KAIA Director Muhammad Abed told Aviation

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Yorkshire Travel Vaccination Clinic a hit

 Batley, Yorkshire, United Kingdom Friday 8th July, 2011 Over 100 people pre-booked places at the CBH Travel Vaccination Clinic which was held on Friday 8th July 2011 at the Al-Hikmah Centre Batley.  The clinic was oversubscribed with people travelling from around Yorkshire including Dewsbury, Huddersfield and Bradford and as

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Ceremonial washing of the Holy Kaaba

Makkah, Saudi Arabia Prince Khaled Al-Faisal comes down the steps of the Holy Kaaba after the ceremonial washing of its interior on behalf of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah on Saturday, the first day of the Hijri month of Shaaban. The Holy Kaaba is washed twice

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Outcry as Umrah operators hike fees

An issue which is affecting countries wordlwide including the UK. Umrah operators in Qatar have come again under fire after they were accused by people planning to go to Makkah of hiking prices ahead of Ramadan. Manama: Umrah operators in Qatar have come again under fire after they were accused

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